Step Right Up
Sort of an odd assortment of eBay auctions I put up today:
- A cool N.O. Saints charm bracelet (WHO DAT!!!)
- A signed, numbered copy (#942) of Jack Ketchum's novel Offspring in a nice limited edition from Overlook Press
- A signed, numbered copy (#307) of Guilty But Insane
- A copy of greygirlbeast's and my mini-collection Wrong Things signed by both of us
- Signed chapbooks Would You? and The Feast of St. Rosalie
As well, I still have signed Drawing Blood hardcovers available for $20 (free shipping in the US), and they often go for two or three times that when being auctioned.
I apologize for using this journal almost entirely to sell things lately. To be honest, I don't do much these days other than auction books, edit manuscripts, and make arty stuff I hope will sell. I could write an interesting journal entry explaining some of the many reasons why things are this way, but it would inevitably come out sounding petty and bitter and make people uncomfortable. Isn't it a kind of madness to be living by a code of silence when you've really got a lot to say?